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All returns include standard personal expenses but are shown before Members’ Agents’ charges.

2001 to 2016: results at 36 months calculated from Hampden Members’ aggregate returns excluding any movement on run-off years. Lloyd's returns at 36 months based on Global results / QMR year end schedules.

2017 and 2018 estimates calculated from syndicates' mid-point estimates at 31 March 2019.

Premium Limit is the total amount of capacity underwritten by a Member. Funds at Lloyd’s ("FAL") is the amount of capital lodged by a Member to back their Premium Limit. FAL are assumed to be 40% of Premium Limit in the years 2001 to 2007, 45% for 2008 to 2011 and 50% for 2012 onwards.


The table below shows the overall Hampden Agencies results in each individual year from 2001 to 2018. The left hand column shows each individual year of account. These remain open for 36 months from start date of underwriting, even though policies are written in the calendar year. The middle column shows the percentage return on Premium Income Limit (the amount that the client underwrites) for each year of account. The right hand column shows the client’s return in each year of account, expressed as a percentage of their Funds at Lloyd’s (FAL). FAL is a term used by Lloyd’s to describe the capital that clients use to support their underwriting in any given year. FAL is discussed fully in the chapter of this brochure entitled “Joining Lloyd’s”.

The past performance of the individual syndicates currently supported is contained in the 2019 Syndicate Profiles.